Punjabi Aloo Paratha Recipe is the famous Indian Paratha Recipe made in Punjabi Style. Here generous Aloo Mixture is stuffed in Whole Wheat Bread Roti and while cooking I used lot of fresh coriander for the flavor. This Paratha is made in the way just like we eat parathas in the Punjabi dhabas/roadside eateries.
This Aloo Paratha Recipe is an authentic Indian Breakfast, generally served with Pickle, Curd or with a glass of Lassi. Today I have made this Paratha in a different way with lot of stuffing, than the normal Paratha that we generally make at home.
If u have ever eaten food in Punjabi dhabas of Jalandhar or Amritsar, then this Paratha Recipe will remind you of the food you have eaten there.
While cooking any paratha, always keep some points important, the griddle or tava should be hot, you can regulate the fire from hot to medium while cooking, smear enough oil or ghee when frying the parathas, so that the dough gets cooked well and you see crisp brown spots. An ideally cooked paratha would be evenly fried, well cooked with golden or dark brown crisp spots, and during its cooking, use a spatula, to press the paratha edges so that the edges are also cooked properly.
If you want to look forward to more Indian Paratha Recipes, then do read Aloo Paratha Recipe, Aloo Cheese Paratha, Egg Paratha, Cheese Paratha, Methi Paratha, Methi Aloo Paratha, Rajasthani Moong Dal Paratha, etc.
Let’s start making our Punjabi Aloo Paratha Recipe. For complete list of ingredients and step by step instructions, please refer to recipe snippet below.
Punjabi Aloo Paratha Recipe – Step by Step
Mash the boiled potatoes in a big bowl and add fine chopped green chilies.
Now make about 8 small balls from the dough. Dust some floor on the surface, take one ball and with the help of rolling pin, roll into a small circle. Place about 1 tbsp of prepared aloo mixture in the center of a round roti, pull from all the sides and roll it gently into a diameter of 6-8 inches. Sprinkle some fine chopped coriander leaves over rolled paratha and spread with rolling pin.
Heat tava on high flame and place the rolled out paratha on it. Drizzle few drops of oil and cook the paratha on medium high flame. When the paratha seems one sided slightly browned, flip it and cook from the other side as well. Brush some oil and flip once or twice, till you see the golden spots on the aloo paratha and it looks crisp and well cooked.
Your Aloo Paratha is ready to serve with Green Chutney and pickle.